Projections by Romare, released 23 February 2015 1. Nina's Charm 2. Work Song 3. Motherless Child 4. Ray's Foot 5. Roots 6. Jimmy's Lament 7. Lover Man 8. Rainbow 9. Prison Blues 10. The Drifter 11. Le Petite Mort Great dance music albums – albums that sound as good on headphones and home speakers as they do on club soundsystems – aren’t easily made. The album is a heady mix of homage and fresh approach, a statement from a young artist unafraid to revel in his influences, and confident in his own originality. The songs on Projections are homages to elements of American/African culture in the USA – which Romare studied academically.
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His debut album, Projections, was named after a pivotal exhibition of his namesake and likewise explores various elements of American life. The album was in many ways a homage – or a love song – to the cycle of cultural appropriation in America. Love Songs: Part Two shows Romare expanding, deepening and developing his techniques.
Going on his back pages, Archie Fairhurst was always heading in this starry direction, but you still have to stand back and go wow at what he’s created on his debut album. A brace of EPs for Black Acre showed that the producer had a penchant for stitching and weaving snatches of sound into dazzling canvases, but Projections is a much more impressive tapestry for his handiwork. It’s a rich, soaring, thrilling symphony, a bit of a flashback to DJ Shadow or The Avalanches in their pomp, but more progression than regression.